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Mid-Century
Modern

Wallplates

A style with a retro twist. It appeals to a minimalist sensibility – with a bit of added personality. Streamlined and functional, it rebels against excessive detail.

Professionally designed room with a Mid-Century Modern decor style, wood paneled walls, a blue rug, and a blue mid-century modern style lounge chair

Multi-Finish Collections

Entire wallplate families, offered in multiple finish options, that all perfectly complement the Mid-Century Modern decor style.

Single Finish Products

Design and finish combinations created specifically for the Mid-Century Modern decor style.

The Glass Tile collection of Amerelle decorative glass wallplates

Glass Tile - Clear/Mint

$3.99
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Mirror - Reflective

$10.99
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Metro Line - Brushed Nickel

$9.99
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Metro Line - Brushed Bronze

$9.99
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